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see bow and arrowbow and arrow,
weapon consisting of two parts; the bow is made of a strip of flexible material, such as wood, with a cord linking the two ends of the strip to form a tension from which is propelled the arrow; the arrow is a straight shaft with a sharp point on one end and
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Falls, "Dual polarized cross bow tie dipole antenna having integrated airline feed," US Patent 6028563, NJ, Feb.
I don't think anyone expected cross bows to be the salvation for reducing urban deer numbers, but I'm sure some folks with the DNR hoped they would at least help.
2, South Florida bow and cross bow hunters with the proper licenses and permits are allowed to hunt a variety of quarry in Zone A.
Wetpaint is hoping that Norman Reedus is just kidding around with his fans and his character, Daryl Dixon will continue to roam in the woods with the cross bow.
IN THE hands of Fela Kuti, a saxophone became a cross bow transforming semi-quavers into poisoned darts aimed at those committing social injustices.
Guests taking part in the walk will also get to see the Ballista, a weapon similar to a giant cross bow.
A cross bow league (ages 18 and older) will beginning at 6 p.
But at least he resisted the temptation to create a copy of Jimmy's embarrassing St George's Cross bow tie.
As well as paintings by Ronald Embleton, there will be full size replicas of Roman armour, weapons and equipment including artillery such as a giant cross bow and catapult.
Police are hunting a couple believed to be responsible for a series of robberies in Birmingham where one man was shot with a cross bow and a woman threatened with a meat cleaver.
Redwolf is a native American who possesses a deadly aim with his cross bow,and Flynt, the youngest member of the Action Man team is an extreme sports enthusiast with amazing boomerang skills.
A LOCAL animal lover whose cat was killed after it was harpooned with a cross bow has been dealt another nasty blow.